Segerstrom Center for the Arts (SCFTA) will cancel all performances on our stages through Tuesday, March 31. Amid increasing concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, we consider the health and well-being of our patrons, artists and staff to be our top priority. Contact us re: your ticket options. Thank you.
Orange County Youth Symphony
TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet
This third concert in our Family series features the Colburn Orchestra, Anaheim Ballet, and a guest host exploring the concepts of rhythm, music and dance and their unity on stage through movement—all in a friendly, family focused one-hour program.
Founded in 1970, the Philharmonic Society’s Orange County Youth Symphony is the official youth orchestra of Orange County. The diverse roster represents student musicians from nearly 50 high school and college programs from San Clemente to Fullerton and beyond. The Youth Symphony has traveled the world representing Orange County’s best young adult musicians in performances in Austria, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and at the United Nations and Carnegie Hall. The Youth Symphony’s many prestigious performances have included US and West Coast premiers by composers such as Mark-Anthony Turnage and Kurt Schwetsik, and a season-long project with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, culminating in a documentary entitled Beethoven’s Ninth: Journey to Joy that was selected by PBS SoCal for multiple broadcasts.
Anaheim Ballet is a premier Southern California arts organization and the resident ballet company of the City of Anaheim with five distinct components: a professional performing company, a ‘Virtual Theater” media presence, an international dance festival, a school, and an educational outreach program for underserved youth. They present concert performances throughout Southern California and on tour. The company also performs for thousand of students annually at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts and at public schools throughout Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange counties.
For visitors to Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall and Samueli Theater, the closest parking is in the Plaza Tower Parking Structure, which is across Park Center Drive from the Westin South Coast Plaza and directly behind the concert hall and South Coast Repertory.
Current rates for performance parking are $10 (cash only).
Limited street parking is available for patrons visiting the box office.